54 Latin Proverbs about EvenAll Latin Proverbs | Proverbs about Even
1. It is good to be taught even by an enemy.
2. An object of pity even to a foe.
3. As to what is future, even a bird with a long neck cannot see it, but God only.
4. By good nature and kindness even fierce spirits become tractable.
5. By repeated blows even the oak is felled.
6. Desire of glory is the last garment that even wise men put off.
7. Enough, even to loathing.
8. Even a boy can beat a man when bound.
9. Even a child may beat a man that's bound.
10. Even a fly can show temper.
11. Even a fool sometimes speaks to the purpose.
12. Even a hair hath its shadow.
13. Even a hare will insult a dead lion.
14. Even a mangy camel will carry more that a herd of asses.
15. Even a straw becomes heavy, if you carry it far enough.
16. Even hares insult a dead lion.
17. Even Jupiter himself cannot be in love and wise at the same time.
18. Even light takes a decade to travel ten light-years.
19. Even the ant hath its anger.
20. Even the beggar envies the beggar.
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